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    Unhappy javascript drop-down menu DHTML?

    I have a document called 'navframe.asp'.

    I have this line of code in it:

    <td width="129" align="center" style="border:1px solid #999999;cursor:hand;background-color:#003366;text-align:center" onclick="parent.main.location.href='/mackenzie/asp/ticketing/ticketing.asp';" onmouseover="fadeImgend2(3)" onmouseout="fadeImg2(3)"><font color="#FFFFFF" size="2" face="verdana">Ticketing</font></td>

    I am looking for a way to have a drop-down menu appear when 'Ticketing' is clicked.

    An example of this is in this URL:

    http://www.dhtmlmedia.com/dhtmlmenu/index.html

    Mouseover the 'Products' button in the bar at the top.

    How do i have something like this?

    Picco

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    Unhappy

    I really only need this ONE link to show an extended menu:

    <td width="129" align="center" style="border:1px solid #999999;cursor:hand;background-color:#003366;text-align:center" onclick="parent.main.location.href='help.htm';" onmouseover="fadeImgend2(3)" onmouseout="fadeImg2(3)"><font color="#FFFFFF" size="2" face="verdana">Help</font></td>


    How can this be done?

    I want to be able to click 'Help' and a 'menu' appears with two options 'On-line Registration' and 'Administration Set-up'.

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    we need to see the rest of your code to give you a decent possible solution, with just that line you provided we wouls purely be guessing of a solution


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